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FSF Cymru guide to Paris & Saint Denis

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Wales take on France this month in Paris for an international friendly and FSF Cymru have made a useful guide for fans making the trip.

Ahead of the fixture, FSF Cymru made a reconnaissance visit to the French capital and have produced a comprehensive guide to the host city and Stade de France.

This is the 48th edition of FSF Cymru’s guide to Wales away games and design work on the English-language version has kindly been provided by Celt Iwan

FSF Cymru will also be running a fans’ embassy service before the fixture, which takes place on Friday 10th November.  Due to time constraints this guide will be made available in English only.

Thanks to Guilhem Vellut for the image used in this post. Reproduced here under Creative Commons license.

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